The most basic ethical standard that everyone involved with trying to stop the coronavirus from doing great damage to our society is the Hippocratic Oath: "First donor harm."
First, before prescribing a specific treatment, physicians must have a proper diagnosis. Unfortunately the grossly inaccurate computer models that were used to diagnose the potential harm of the coronavirus have led to the shutdown of our economy.
From a medical perspective, radical "social distancing" may have been a good idea. But the coronavirus isn't just a medical problem, it's also an economic problem. And a good case can be made that the damage to the economy will be far worse than the proscribed treatment for the coronavirus.
Here's some food for thought about the in accuracy of computer models, and the potential harm of acting on them: https://thebusinesstimes.com/unless-people-return-to-work-coronavirus-pandemic-wins/